You’ve probably been on picnics, or hikes, where the weather doesn’t cooperate and you’re left scrambling to collect leftovers in the rain. Then, you have to hump everything home. When you get back – you find that there are bits of cake in your clothes, salad in your socks and your pullover is soaked in wine.
Noatak believes it has a better way of rapid packing stuff that is meant to be kept separate. Their Wet & Dry bags do just that – pack stuff that is wet and dry… and keep them separate. Then, they keep everything waterproofed (nearly).
The bag itself is a thin, lightweight multi-layered PVC thingy (sorry, but I couldn’t think of the technical term). Inside, there is another clear PVC divider. Pack wet stuff on one side, dry on the other. When I say ‘pack’, I actually mean ‘stuff’… as the bag functions like a duffle bag.
You roll the top down, secure it with some clips and – voila! The bag is now water-resistant. I wanted to say waterproof but you wouldn’t want this to fall into the ocean. It’s meant primarily for getting caught in the rain or walking through a waterfall… that kind of thing.
Here’s a video that shows you how it works – the clips and clasps – and it has some groovy jazz music (so adjust your speakers accordingly):
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